Responsibilities for the Governance, Risk and Compliance Consultant include:
Assist Crypsis Leadership in the development of Risk Management, Compliance and Security standards within professional services
Industry knowledge of and experience with cybersecurity best practices within Governance Risk and Compliance to provide recommendations to proactively improve our client’s security posture and maturity
Lead or support cybersecurity risk assessments, audits, program and policy maturation and development, incident response tabletop exercises, configuration reviews, breach readiness reviews, and expert witness cases in accordance with industry best practices, regulations, standards, and company policies and procedures
The ability to work across multiple frameworks and regulatory standards including, but not limited to:NIST CSF, CIS20, ISO, GDPR, CCPA, NYDFS, SOX, and HIPAA
Manage risk and ensure key stakeholders are kept informed about progress and expected outcomes while defining potential impacts and creating an effective mitigation strategy for multiple projects at a given time
Skilled at proactively identifying security risk and vulnerabilities while eliminating cybersecurity threats via stakeholder interviews, documentation review, and deep-dive testing and control validation
Ensure client controls meet legal, regulatory, privacy, policy, standards and security requirements
Effectively write and communicate audit, assessment or compliance results, findings, and recommendations to stakeholders
Effectively and efficiently communicate to external stakeholders in a professional manner
Ability to scope new opport\unities with prospective clients, including drafting statements of work and proposals
Ability to perform light travel requirements as needed to meet business demands (on average 40%-60%)
2+ years of experience performing information security and risk assessments based upon industry accepted standards
Former professional services and consulting experience, preferred
Experience with GRC tools, technology, and implementation
Experience with security assessments/audits, drafting findings and recommendations, and prioritizing recommendations via quantitative risk scoring
Ability to strengthenexisting and developnew client relationships
Knowledge of computer forensic tools, technologies and methods
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Security, Computer Science, Digital Forensics, Cyber Security or equivalent years of professional experience to meet job requirements and expectations
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Salary disclosure required by sb19-085 for positions located in the state of Colorado: If hired in Colorado, this position starts at a salary of $88,000/yr. Sales roles are also eligible for incentive pay targeted at up to 100% of the offered base salary. Restricted stock units and bonus pay may also be offered as part of this compensation package, as well as benefits that include: flexible paid time off, employee stock purchase program, medical, dental, vision, 401K, life, and disability insurance. Additional information about benefits may be found here.